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UPDATE: About 900 PG&E customers still without power in Five Cities area

The Pacific Gas and Electric Company is reporting that the outages are a result of the storm.
Posted at 11:46 PM, Oct 24, 2021
and last updated 2021-10-25 07:11:15-04

UPDATE (4:11 a.m.) By Monday morning, power had been restored to the much of the affected areas.

903 customers near Pismo Beach and Grover Beach remain without power.

PG&E has not yet shared an estimated time when power will be restored to remaining customers.
The Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) PG&E reports that around 5,000 customers across San Luis Obispo County are facing power outages due to weather conditions.

Most of the impacted residents are in Pismo Beach and Arroyo Grande.

There is no estimated time for restoration but according to PG&E, there are crews assessing the damage.

PG&E posted on Twitter around 6 P.M. that they had restored around 143,000 have been impacted by the storm across their service area.

The company added they are working around the clock to restore power.

PG&E is asking the community to never touch downed wires, to charge cellphones and to use flashlights, not candles.

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